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I think the jury is...
He is from Philadelphia.
He goes to a Catholic School.
He is one of the best for 2021 at his position.
Villanova is high on his list.
He is doing a fine job and loves Chicago. That said, do you think he moves to a program in a more major conference someday? He is only 51.
Marquette and Xavier, ironically both Jesuit universities, have been the so-called "farm-systems" for coaches for over twenty-five years. Think...
He was on the verge of leading Marquette to their third NCAA Tournament appearance in the past four years. And he is doing some very fine recruiting!
The dude has been recruiting great.
I am sure this has already been talked about. But I have been away for awhile.
I never said "lean heavily". I should have said something like, "It is not uncommon for kids who play for Catholic high schools to want to...
Just a reminder that we are talking about all-time, not just recently.
Maybe RECENTLY, Kentucky takes the cake. All that NBA talent, yet, correct me if I am wrong, one national title and only one other title game...
Which program, for multiple reasons, do you think has underachieved the most in history when it comes to both recruiting and on-court results....
Sorry! You will have to suck it up. I have NO plans of leaving OR changing the way I post.
I know that is not saying much. But that is good to see. So glad they have that nice arena now.
In other words, my doubts are higher than ever as to whether or not he can take the program much higher.
Unfortunately, it looks like Notre Dame could be looking for a coach before long, even if not after this season.
You don't think Turgeon will quiet the doubters this year?
And within the next few years.